Someone is testing vr glasses

Instant Transformation Blog

Experts share their insights

Instant Insights

Covering all aspects of Digital Transformation

In the KPS blog, experts write about the Digital Transformation - here, background knowledge and facts are conveyed and, above all, you find inspiration for your own entrepreneurial transformation. Each article shows a new perspective - the blog series deal with the new big topics of the future.


The authors of the Instant Insights in the KPS blog are experts on their topic and are happy to answer any questions you as a reader may have! Feel free to get in touch.

Simultaneous engineering based on KPS Instant Transformation
By Andreas Pagh Andersen on Sep 30, 2021 / Reading time: 4 min.
KPS Initial Release for SAP Concur is based on a largely prefabricated solution. This means that our customers have a platform that is 80% complete just one month after the order is placed. It is sufficient to add a few individual adjustments to the system.
Good bots, bad bots
By Branwell Moffat on Sep 21, 2021 / Reading time: 5 min.
Over the past few years, we’ve seen a significant increase in the number of intelligent web-bots that target specific e-commerce websites. At the very least these bots are an annoyance, and at the very worst they can effectively cause a DDoS attack and take a website down.
SAP Commerce Cloud
By Barnaby Moffat on Sep 19, 2021 / Reading time: 4 min.
If you are a current SAP Hybris or CCv1 user, you’ll be aware of the option to upgrade to SAP’s CCV2. Upgrades, especially migrations to the cloud, can cause headaches, maybe even disruptions, so why should this be in your roadmap for 2021?
Friction vs Frictionless
By Branwell Moffat on Sep 8, 2021 / Reading time: 5 min.
Convention tells us to remove as much friction as we possibly can. But is there such a thing as having too little friction? Can we go too far and actually damage our customer experience by making it too easy for them? Are we blindly chasing friction-free commerce without considering the impact this may have on our KPIs?
How can physical retailers target a post-pandemic customer base?
By KPS on Sep 7, 2021 / Reading time: 4 min.
Perhaps one of the most prominent perspectives surrounding the pandemic has been the change of lifestyle that the various quarantines and lockdowns have made. For nearly a year, the home has had to serve in almost every possible way for both work and leisure.
Integrating SAP Concur smarter: the KPS initial release strategy
By Andreas Pagh Andersen on Sep 1, 2021 / Reading time: 4 min.
We have developed the Initial Release Strategy for the goal-oriented and instant implementation of travel expense processes. It is based on the KPS Instant Transformation method and is optimized specifically for the use case.
The Future is Now – 10 companies who pivoted during COVID 19
By KPS on Aug 31, 2021 / Reading time: 5 min.
The news is rife with stories of companies that have been crippled during these difficult times, but we have been blown away by some of the innovation we have seen – whether it’s companies who have made a massive turnaround to help with PPE, testing kits, delivering food parcels to the vulnerable or quick thinking in new product lines to save businesses that may have otherwise faced huge challenges.
The easy way into the SAP Commerce Cloud
By Stefan Metzger on Aug 31, 2021 / Reading time: 4 Min.
SAP Commerce is powerful, a reliable e-commerce platform. And yet SAP has decided to change the operating principle. All system components are to move to the cloud by 2023. We ask: What do we gain from a cloud-based system compared to an on-premise solution?
After the shipping crisis: is shopping locally better?
By KPS on Aug 18, 2021 / Reading time: 4 min.
The beaching of the Ever Given, one of the world’s largest shipping containers, must have been a rare moment in history where a shipping container disaster diverted the world’s attention.
Accessibility is about more than just compliance
By Branwell Moffat on Aug 18, 2021 / Reading time: 4 min.
Many of us expected to go back to normal within a few months but it is now likely to be some time before we do. But what does this “new normal” look like? How will it change how we shop online and interact with brands?

Privacy settings

We use cookies on our website. Some of them are essential, while others help us to improve this website and your experience. With your consent, we use cookies to analyse the usage of our website. We also use cookies for marketing to help us measure the success of our marketing efforts. In the settings you will find detailed information about the individual cookies, and you can refuse the use of cookies. You can change or revoke your selection at any time on any page in the footer under Privacy Settings.